The Future(s) of Social Justice: Celebrating the Centre for Law and Social Justice’s fifth anniversary year
Established in 2014 the Centre marks its anniversary with a series of exciting events to showcase its work and achievements over the past five years.
The Cerebra Pro Bono Research Programme’s Legal Entitlements and Problem-Solving Project carried out research on experiences of the government’s Direct Payments scheme.
Report published on Government policy on PIP assessments and Social Security and Child Support Tribunal hearings
The International Disability Law Clinic has published a report on the Government policy not to install audio recording equipment for all Personal Independence Payment assessments and tribunals.
Professor Anna Lawson has been awarded an honorary doctorate from the University of Louvain-la-Neuve for her work in Disability Law.
The Disability Law Hub, established in 2016 by the School of Law's Centre for Law and Social Justice, has taken steps toward redirecting the future spend of EU Structural Funds.